Dispatches From the Weimar Republic

Dispatches From the Weimar Republic : Versailles and German Fascism

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`This is a superb text which is relevant for anyone who has an interest in the turbulent post war years of Germany and the Weimar period ... It is very accessible ad easy to read, bolstered by the clarity of its language and organisation.' History Teaching Review

The period immediately following the First World War was one of great turbulence in Germany. The widespread dislocation throughout the country left morale crushed, and the economy crippled by Allied demands for reparations. Russia was in the hands of the Bolsheviks and Germany seemed on the brink of falling to working-class revolutionaries. Writing between 1919 and 1923 as special correspondent for the Manchester Guardian, Price was one of the very few British journalists in Weimar Germany during these important years. His unique position as an outsider allowed him to record what he saw with an objective eye, and his sympathy with the Bolsheviks gave him an understanding of the deeper implications behind the unfolding of events. These remarkable writings, reprinted for the first time in 80 years, cover the key events in postwar Germany. Price witnesses the establishment of the Weimar Republic, the emergence of Hitler and the Nazi Party, the inflammatory violence in the south of the country, which threatened civil war, and the signing of the Versailles Treaty.
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  • Hardback | 240 pages
  • 154.94 x 238.76 x 27.94mm | 476.27g
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0745314252
  • 9780745314259

Table of contents




Note on German Political Parties








Epitaph: 1924-29

Biographical Notes

Notes and References


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About Morgan Philips Price

Morgan Philips Price's writings for the Manchester Guardian won him wide acclaim. He also reported for the Daily Herald, and the New York Herald Tribune, and was the author of several books. His Dispatches from the Revolution: Russia 1916a 18 was published by Pluto Press in 1997.
Tania Rose is Pricea s daughter. She has had a long and varied career, working as an air warfare specialist for the Ministry of Defence in World War II, in the Commission on Racial Equality, and as a screenwriter. Now retired she devotes her time to historical research."
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